Ibis Budget Senlis
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... buried here include Voltaire, Victor Hugo, Emile Zola and Louis Braille. The main upper section of the building contains lots of frescoes and statues that seem to celebrate France. I'm still not quite sure exactly which aspect of France, but it is nevertheless very impressive. The tombs of the famous French people are in the crypt underneath. This is made up of a very large number of individual rooms and seems to go on forever.
We leave the Pantheon and, as ...
... de resistance was the fireworks from the tower. The boat was parked (not anchored) right under the tower and for half an hour we were privileged to watch along with millions of others, a superb display of fireworks. Around midnight we started walking with thousands of others along the banks of the Seine, in search of a taxis. Again we walked and walked, God knows in what direction until we came to a police station on an intersection. I said to Geoff I was not going any further I ...
... point and I, being scared of heights was perfectly content staying right there and not going to the third floor, also called the Summit which is 81 stories high!! Tommy then pulled me in after I started crying cause he would not take no for an answer. I closed my eyes and prayed the whole way up since the elevators are surrounded by windows and finally we were at the top!! Eek! It was soooo windy up there and had just finished raining. The view was ...
... at a restaurant a couple of doors down the street from our Apartment, Finn had snails and Emma had frog legs which they both apparently enjoyed.
We’d stock piled a fair bit of washing so I was keen to get that sorted. The first (and only load) was trapped in the machine from Thursday until Sunday when Helene came to free it. We wasted half of our first full day in Paris locating a laundromat and doing ...
... I had to phone him to get the key. We had a few more problems getting in and the place was a bit grubby but we managed to get it sorted and he agreed to get the cleaner back.
Our next challenge was going to the grocery store. At first we thought we had the wrong place as there were clothes and handbags when we walked through the door. Then we saw that there was an escalator (broken) down to another area where there was grocery items further back. ...